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Premier Inn Maidstone (A26/Wateringbury)
103 Tonbridge Road
Wateringbury

Maidstone
Kent

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The Maidstone (Wateringbury) Premier Inn is a 40-bedroom hotel offering excellent value for money accommodation. Adjacent to the hotel is The Wateringbury Chef & Brewer pub restaurant, offering our all you can eat premier breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Wateringbury offers the atmosphere of a traditional country pub. Offering freshly prepared meals, fine wines and real ales. Here at the Premier Inn we offer everything you need for a good night’s sleep including: -
• Blackout curtains.
• En-suite bathroom with bath and shower.
• Comfortable beds with quality duvets and pillows.
• Family rooms and cots on request.
• Remote control TV.
• Tea/coffee making facilities and a spacious desk area.
• Telephone.
• Wireless Internet access in all the rooms (additional charge applies).
Every time you book a stay with us you can claim a free voucher that lets you and your family enjoy many of the UK's biggest attractions for a fraction of the usual cost. With our Premier Inn Days Out offer you can get either 2 for 1 or Kids go Free tickets to over 800 brilliant attractions right across the country. See our website for information on attractions and how to claim vouchers.

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